The ancient town of Brecon was originally enclosed within the walls of a Norman castle. Today it has evolved into a pleasant market town in a unique setting in the heart of National Parkland. Here you can visit the promenade, take to the waters of the beautiful River Usk or stroll along narrow streets with the most wonderful of names, see relics from Brecon's once thriving Flannel Industry, and wonder at the magnificent Cathedral and the peace of the Priory Groves.With an abundance of rare and some quite ancient photographs together with modern interpretations in beautiful colour Brecon Through Time has so much to offer visitors and residents. This town, with its history and military background, is unique in the whole of Wales. Connect with its warmth and charm, its inhabitants and its hidden gems. You never know, you may even meet a real time traveller!
Mal Morrison has a lifelong fascination with local history and the majority of his published work reflects this. His first publication was "A pictorial history of Builth Wells" in 1989 and more recently co-authored "Photographs of old Builth Wells". Now semi-retired he lectures in local colleges and to the military on health and safety and advanced first aid and is an active member of the local heritage society. He lives in central Wales.